August 17, 2016
Contact: Chris Jarosz
Sharokina Shams, CRA
916.431.2749 | firstname.lastname@example.org
(Sacramento, CA) – The California Restaurant Association congratulates Chris Jarosz on his new venture to operate a comprehensive foodservice program at California’s State Capitol, where he and his team will not only serve farm-to-fork dishes, but also educate visitors about one of California’s greatest assets, its history of abundant agriculture.
Jarosz, who is always dreaming of ideas that enhance the restaurant scene, will work with his business partner, Jen Crabbe, to develop dining areas in the Capitol’s basement and on the sixth floor, along with a coffee shop.
In the restaurant community, Jarosz is known as a business leader who is modest about his success and instead turns a spotlight toward the success of others. As president of the Sacramento chapter of the CRA, Jarosz has contributed to numerous efforts that benefit his fellow restaurateurs.
Sacramento foodies know his restaurants: Localis, Saddle Rock, and Broderick, which is now in two locations. Jarosz will soon open The Patriot at the Milagro Centre in Carmichael. He has also proudly supported the Food Literacy Center in Sacramento, an organization that inspires children to eat vegetables as part of an overall focus on health, the environment and economy.
“Chris is truly a great ambassador for the capital city, in a world-class farm-to-fork region,” said Jot Condie, CEO + President of the CRA. “It makes perfect sense that he would lead a project that will show visitors from all over the world the produce and food that California has to offer.”
Jarosz will start renovating the Capitol spaces in October and hopes to be open before the end of the year.
About the California Restaurant Association: The California Restaurant Association provides ultimate access to the resources and support restaurant professionals need to lead thriving businesses, while serving as conscientious, contributing members of an unparalleled industry. California is home to more than 90,000 eating and drinking places that ring up more than $72 billion in sales and employ more than 1.6 million workers, making restaurants an indisputable driving force in the state’s economy.